Collateral Damage: The New World Order at Home and Abroad
South End Press, 1992 - Political Science - 433 pages
Written during and after the Persian Gulf War, this anthology includes original research and in-depth analysis of U.S. foreign policy and its domestic repercussions. The contributors look at the war abroad and at home, addressing race, gender, geo-politics, ecology, economics, and the movement for peace and justice.
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